Dan Hayes, professor, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Grayling were once one of the dominant fish in northern Michigan, but this species was lost from the state by the 1930s. Management agencies have tried multiple times to reintroduce this species, but all efforts so far have failed. We’ll explore the reasons Grayling went extinct, insights into impediments to reintroduction, and current research exploring ways to enhance our chances for success.
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